CTE Innovation and Equity Grants Engage Underserved Students in Hands-on Learning Opportunities
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) today announced the awarding of nearly $1.2 million in CTE Innovation and Equity Grants, funds that will be used by new and existing career education programs to help expand access for historically underserved students. The eight recipient schools are spread out across the state and will each receive roughly $150,000 in funding over two years, starting in the 2018-2019 school year. Continue reading “RIDE Awards Nearly $1.2 Million to Increase Equity in Career Education”
Mrs. Salomone has been working as a science teacher at RINI since 2013.
Rhode Island Nurses Institute Middle College (RINI MC) CEO Dr. Pamela McCue announced the school’s acquisition of a “SynDayer,” a sophisticated synthetic cadaver used by medical and nursing schools around the country.
RINI MC will be the first high school in New England to utilize the technology in the classroom.
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